February 12, 2020
Attention: This event is comprised of three two-hour sessions.
Here are the dates of all three sessions: Wednesdays – February 12, February 19, & February 26, 2020 — 10:00 am pm to Noon
Note Location: Lady Lake Library (Room 207), 225 West Guava Street, Lady Lake, FL 32159
Attendance is limited; you must register to attend.
If you passed away tomorrow, will your loved ones know what to do? Will they know where your financial information and tax records, insurance records, and investment documents are stored? Will they be able to locate your most current will, health care directives, and documented funeral wishes? Can they locate important household documents, like deeds, car titles, and pension statements?
The list goes on and on, but the important point is that having this type of pertinent information organized and available in a structured place is something you can do in advance for those you leave behind. It’s a big task and it’s not an easy one…we know that. But with a structured approach you can create a living document that will prove invaluable to your loved ones.
This seminar has been structured to guide you through the process of creating your “Survivor Notebook,” the repository that will help your loved ones cope after your passing. Conducted in three separate two-hour sessions, we’ll walk you through identifying what needs to be considered, assembling the material as we go in an accessible format, and we’ll be developing an approach to maintaining the material so that it’s always current. You’ll leave with a physical roadmap that will be of immeasurable value to your family.
There is no cost for this workshop series, but attendance is limited so you must register to attend
. Light refreshments will be served at each session. Notebook materials will be provided.
A Note on the Importance of Pre-Registering
For certain seminars (including the “Sudden death – Are You Prepared?” series), there is a considerable amount of interaction between the speakers and the participants, so we prefer to limit the number of participants to 30. Also, participants are provided resources in the form of a formal notebook and various reference materials, all of which must be assembled in advance. Hence, we need to carefully track the number of expected (and registered) attendees. While we can occasionally accommodate walk-ins, that’s not always the case, and unregistered folks tend to be disappointed at having wasted time and effort. Finally, since we also provided snacks for attendees, it’s important that we know the audience size we need to plan for when we purchase our supplies the day before.
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